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Taiwanese Girls Mimic “No Pants Day” to Save Environment

Young girls in Taiwan go pantless for a day, emulating New York's No Pants Day.

Taiwanese girls flaunt their assets in a mock "No Pants Subway Ride" meant to raise awareness about carbon emissions and energy conservation in Taipei

Last week in Taiwan, a gaggle of young girls flaunted their assets on Taipei’s MRT subway line — all in the name of saving the world, of course. Mirroring the famed “No Pants Subway Ride” that has exploded in popularity in New York due to the efforts of groups like Improv Everywhere, the women (and some men) bared legs and smiles to a sea of gawkers in order to raise environmental awareness.

The group boarded the MRT at 9am to the shock of commuters and workers alike, and were surrounded by cameras in no time. When asked about their motives, they responded that they wanted to inject some excitement and liberation into their normally monotonous life, while also promoting energy conservation and reduction of carbon emissions (presumably by attracting attention to Taiwan’s MRT).

The original “No Pants Subway Ride,” which has been a popular recurring event since 2002, received 4,000 participants this year in New York and thousands more in cities around the world.

Taiwanese girls flaunt their assets in a mock "No Pants Subway Ride" meant to raise awareness about carbon emissions and energy conservation in Taipei

Taiwanese girls flaunt their assets in a mock "No Pants Subway Ride" meant to raise awareness about carbon emissions and energy conservation in Taipei

Taiwanese girls flaunt their assets in a mock "No Pants Subway Ride" meant to raise awareness about carbon emissions and energy conservation in Taipei

Taiwanese girls flaunt their assets in a mock "No Pants Subway Ride" meant to raise awareness about carbon emissions and energy conservation in Taipei

Taiwanese girls flaunt their assets in a mock "No Pants Subway Ride" meant to raise awareness about carbon emissions and energy conservation in Taipei

Source: NetEase, Yahoo China, Youku

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Written by Joel

Joel is a reclusive writer based in Shanghai who took up blogging as a hobby one summer and never looked back. Former editor of Shanghaiist.

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